I understand that rabbits are supposed to get a variety of greens in their diet, however, my rabbit only eats dandelions. We have tried to give her parsley, and no matter what, she just lets them sit there. Is there anything I can do to get her to eat different greens?
Dandelions are a number one favorite of most everybunny I have met. When changing diet, it is important not to make rapid changes Do I need to do anything special when I change what I feed my rabbit?
Having tossed out those two bits of wisdom...
When introducing a new vegetable in the diet we tend to replace about 10 - 25% of the green being served with the new item. Roman lettuce is the foundation of the fresh greens we feed, in our grocery stores it is available year round, for reasonable price.
My recommendation is mix some Romain lettuce in with the dandelions, and leave them for your bunny to explore and taste. If delivered as part of the regular meal, the rabbit should taste and probably eat them all within a couple hours.
Everybunny is an individual with different tastes. We have had several bunnies in the house turn up their nose at one green or another, but never had one refuse Romain.
Rabbits have favorite tastes like humans too.
But another point is this: rabbits are smart. They try a tiny bit of new food they do not know and then wait for around one day. If they stay healthy and have no problems, then they eat the whole food.
Maybe you replaced the food before they could complete their "test", so they could not decide to eat the whole parsley.